Rob Hoffman is a health and drug policy reporter at Herb. His work has also appeared in Politico, ThinkProgress, and Fusion.
After the media caught wind of the poll, it suspiciously disappeared from the group’s website.
The Sensible Enforcement of Cannabis Act would ensure that states’ marijuana laws are respected.
Senator Kristen Gillibrand publicly stated that pharmaceutical companies are only opposing medical marijuana for fear of competition.
Finally, a testing system that distinguishes between consumption and impairment.
Between 2015 and 2016, Maine experienced a 35.4 percent increase in its drug overdose death rate, exceeding the number of yearly deaths from car accidents.
By January 15th, 15 companies had been awarded 10% of all licenses in the state.
Currently, when NFL players injure themselves, they’re met with two options: power through it and stay on the field, or recover and risk slipping into obscurity.
Representative Pete Sessions has control over what bills make it to the floor of the House for a vote.
Canada postponed weed legalization and now Justin Trudeau can’t sit with us at lunch.
The family has moved to the Netherlands to become medical marijuana refugees.
There’s been a search in MMJ license applications since pot became legal in January.
The consumption of K2 and Spice are drawing major public health concerns.
Advocates were hopeful it’d be a way around restrictions on growing marijuana for science in the U.S.
In order to be a true master at rolling joints, you have to know how to roll a joint filter.
This is the most detailed examination of medical marijuana and opioid deaths conducted to date.
Finally, those convicted of marijuana misdemeanors will be granted equal employment and housing opportunities.
According to a report by Amanda Chicago Lewis, the government stands to make 5 billion dollars in the next ten years by keeping weed illegal.
The recent announcement of staggering death tolls of murders perpetrated by the Philippine National Police signals that Duterte’s war on drugs is far from over.
The feds seize money from people who have never been charged with a crime and then use it to crack down on the cannabis industry.
Prohibitionists continue to oppose marijuana by saying that there isn’t enough science on it, but getting the science is nearly impossible.